cantoniblay | 17 Oct, 2017
Perhaps the highlight of Formentera are its spectacular white sand beaches and crystal clear shallow waters dotted with small rocky areas and surrounded by dunes that provide that air of unspoilt beaches isolated in nature as if it were a desert island. It is worth highlighting the various coves lined up along the coast of Ses Illetes Natural Park, perhaps one of the busiest areas of the island, and the beach of Levante, located on its east coast. Along the south coast 8 km of coves and small rocky zones shape Migjorn Beach, the most wild and natural, at the end of which lies the small beach of Es Caló d’es Mort. Also worth visiting are Cala Saona, on the west coast, and the beach of Ses Platgetes, the only sandy beach of the coast of Tramontana. At the north end of the island, lies the island of Espalmador, a private island accessible during daytime either by boat or walking across Es Pas des Trocadors, a small strip of sea that separates it from Formentera, where we can enjoy the S’Alga and Sa Torreta beaches.